Click on the Staff Values below to reveal what they mean to Super SA:
- treat others in the same way that I expect to be treated.
- give credit where credit is due.
- say "hello", "please", "thank you" and "well done"
- talk to people whenever I can, don’t just email them.
- communicate in a polite, trusting and genuine manner with everyone regardless of their level of seniority or job function.
- take pride in my own abilities and experience and I will value and understand the contribution I make to the overall operation and success of Super SA.
- value and respect the contribution that each of my colleagues make to the overall operation and success of Super SA.
- encourage and provide open honest and constructive feedback – both positive and developmental.
- be empathic, helpful and efficient when communicating with members to achieve positive.
- embrace differences and diversity in the workplace.
- "go the extra mile" in dealing with member and internal staff enquiries.
- perform all tasks reasonably requested of me and help others if I have the capacity to do so.
- commit to achieving positive outcomes for members, or where not possible, I will ensure that the member understands the reasons for the outcome provided to them.
- mean what I say and say what I mean.
- abstain from initiating and participating in gossip.
- explain the reasoning and thought processes behind my decisions.
- make decisions in a fair, consistent and constructive manner.
- take the time to educate others in my area of expertise to facilitate learning.
- consult with others prior to making key decisions impacting on them.
- communicate, explain and or train regarding key decisions in person with impacted people prior to implementation.
- focus on the positives and the things I can control and not on the negatives or the things I can't control.
- provide recognition and acknowledgement to my colleagues, when appropriate.
- always look for ways to improve the way I behave and the way we operate.
- work with my manager to link my personal work to the overall Vision for Super SA.
- proactively communicate my career aspirations within Super SA with others.
- focus on providing a high level of both internal and external customer service.
- ensure that "no" is not my default answer to a question posed by a colleague or member and be conducive to new ideas and suggestions.
- promote internal career professional development and relevant study opportunities to employees of Super SA.
- take the time to read management reports and updates detailing the progress and results of Super SA.
- lead by example at all times.
- try and find solutions when I find a problem.
- take ownership of my career development.
- take accountability for my own actions and behaviour in the workplace.
- call out inappropriate behaviour and raise it with the appropriate person.
- treat others with trust, respect and proactively delegate decision-making, when appropriate.
- plan for the future and recruit with a succession plan in mind.
- set clear expectations and objectives and provide guidance and support to my team.